All Water Dispenser Discounts, Offers and Sale - October 2018
Yes I know, my comment was tongue and cheek humour only
Personally thought the guy was too cocky, should have just bought the 20 he was allowed to and gone home and put his feet up. Instead he decided he didn't want to leave the store, and refused to be escorted out.
Yes indeed, the police have time to police water purchasing at Tesco, but don't have time to attend muggings
I usually buy 6 x 1L from Home Bargains for £1.99. They're £2.50 in Tesco at present (or 50p a bottle if bought separately). Probably less plastic waste compared to the 500ml ones ;) But, depends on what you want them for I suppose.
Somebody will use this, no code or Voucher is a bad one. as money off always helps. Heat from me. I don't get voting cold on a working Voucher as someone will want to no about it. if you don't need it don't vote.
Ah yes good point, always worth sharing vouchers regardless, and might help somebody who likes orderiung from them direct.
Indeed, I even voted cold on my own deal! However, I posted it in the spirit of it's still a voucher and this site should be the nation's biggest and best source of those.
The problem is they want £32 for a 6 pack to start with, you can often find then much cheaper when on offer at places like Argos and Amazon.
Mine doesnt make any noise at all even when im stood right next to it
I have this. From AO. The F was missing from the fridgemaster logo so AO offered a replacement or 25% refund. mines really loud though. Often makes a humming noise then some weird gurgling noises. Can hear it in the hallway from the kitchen. It’s not constant. Comes and goes. Only a few months old. Bought about May time
I purchased this fridge about 12 months ago from AO.com, payed £550. Cannot fault it. This is a bargain!
hardly any noise at all
What’s the noise like from it?
Cocktail maker! Lol
Very cheap ................. cupboard filler!
I bought one of these and the lid rusted from the inside.
Heat given.These are brilliant just remember to make sure the tap is turned completely off... lol If you use refreezable ice sticks/shapes them your drinkipoos don’t get watered down. *** always keep alcoholics mixes away from kids ***
Thanks for the tip!
We've got these that we use every year to serve Pimms at a festival we run and if the lid is on properly they are slow because of the vacuum it creates. If you just rest the lid on the top it sorts the problem out and flow is a lot faster. It's just when you get near to the bottom that you have to tilt it to get the last bits out as the tap is higher than the base.
Always £6 and bought one in April. Rubbish tap, kids use it for juices but takes an age to half fill a small cup... Buy the better brand for a few quid more IMO.
Someone on Amazon has said the tap filters are not suitable for hard water areas. Does anyone have one who lives in a hard water area who can advise. Dont want to install and drill a hole in worktop if they aren't any good, thanks
No probs. It also saves on having the jugs because it's on tap. You'll be saving loads of money and feeling much healier because you'll drink more (clean) water. A fantastic health investment.
No probs. Just take things in your stride because you'll worry the first time you pierce the copper cold inlet, but that's the hardest bit. After that, you'll be a pro and recommend them to everybody you know. Take care.
Was Same price at amazon last week
Thanks @Dealmessiah .I will give it a go!
Nice find. They also have a single dispenser with 4 glasses for the same price... https://www.dunelm.com/product/glass-drinks-dispenser-with-4-glses-1000112644
Always a pleasure - thanks for the social media confirmation lol (horror)
Thank you for going above and beyond. I really value your contribution. (y)
Nope check my picture i have shelves in the freezer compartment so drawers just take up more space. True so do mine but they are behind a wire grid. INDESIT only way to go they build their fridges well. And before you say it yes the washing machines explode - I have exactly the one that was on Watchdog - 7 years now and not a problem - its how people use and abuse things that causes problems most of these faults you see are actually caused by people overloading their washing machines. not defrosting their fridge , putting a freezer in the wrong place, putting too much powder in the washing machine etc etc etc. I have seen em all and to be honest its the user that is usually the issue = THE HUMAN FACTOR! My Toshiba microwave is 45 YEARS OLD and still going strong after a little bit of cleaning and oiling most things can be made to last a little longer than usual! I see your point yes thats a bit of a problem but hey you have even more space - just buy some oven grid trays and slide em into the notches in the sidewall and hey presto!
What and have everything piled up on top of each other ?
My shelves have freezer pipes running through them. So would not like to use this method.
These are no good for making tea anyway, the water isn't hot enough so the tea doesn't steep properly.
Yeah it is you, with too much water you'd end up over steeping by thinking leaving it in longer makes a difference, ends up nasty and bitter.
Stop hijacking our petty feud (highfive)
Nothing humble about a brew
Wow, I know we're English and it's part of our society we take seriously, but no need to start arguing about the humble brew... The best of course is one of your own, the end...
It only supplies water. This on the other hand……… ;)
Whats wrong with a tap lol
:/ Perhaps it was broken or the nerves in your mouth are defective. :D
One of the reasons I got rid of a Tassimo, the drinks just aren't hot enough.
Never knew that! you can fit really big cups under this. And it's half the price of pretty much any other one.
you can get a yellow disk for the Tassimo, if you have one, that does this too.
Yes it's basically a kettle, or probably saves time since you don't have to boil a litre of water, I think the most resason is that some older people and people with disabilities will struggle to lift a kettle
Beko are the leading light with there freezer guard technology which is worth noting.It is a go to brand if you want to store your freezer in the garage or outbuildings were other brands fall well short.
Because I was looking at them in store. Bosch are a premium brand and you don't get plastic interiors with them
You are always going to get both good and bad stories about any brand which is why its important to try and find out reliability information gathered from a wide audience like the which reliability surveys so you can get a realistic viewpoint. Beko were scoring very highly a couple years ago but not seen the recent reports. One important difference between my Beko fridge freezer and my last Hoover/Candy model is the Beko actually works really well. I had a lot of spoilage with the Hoover model as it struggled to keep things frozen on a hot day and needed some cleaning occasionally to keep it working. No issues at all with the Beko you just forget about it almost as it just does it job. That's not to say there aren't better models out there but there most certainly is worse by a long way. Of course my experience may not be typical as I'm only one person and people need to realise the same of their individual experience.
I've had two Beko fridge freezers. First one I left with my previous house after seven years use and was perfect with no problems. I bought another which has been going for 16 years no problem. From my experience I would buy Beko again.
I agree with those advising against buying Beko appliances. My Beko fridge freezer had a faulty control panel on arrival and the ice maker has broken twice. Each repair took about 3 visits. My Beko tumble dryer's PCB burnt out and after 3 months of trying to repair it they took it away and gave me a refund.
beware they have discontinued loads of flavours, cola and dr pete have gone, my favorites :( not worth £100, mine was £20 from home bargains with a £10 voucher in the box
Thank you :)
not at all, can confirm
I bought too back in january when was £20. I then bought a co2 tank (6.4kg) which last me for 4-5 months, and cost me only £20 for refill :)
Do these occupy a lot of space on the kitchen worktop?
Glad i went Amazon direct, purely for the returns system incase it wasn't up to much. Pleasantly impressed with it so far. There was a funny taste to start off with, even after cycling through to begin with but that has gone away.
Wife bought a carpet washer from him on 31/03/18 dispatched same day allegedly. Still no sign of it, no tracking details and on 2nd attempt a message saying he's having a party abroad with my money until May. Finally been issued a refund from Amazon but if anyone knows where he lives he's away for the foreseeable future so feel free to spend some time at his, you can probably wash the carpets before leaving to remove your DNA using our washer.
Do not buy from Robert John Wilcock, check his Amazon seller feedback, he has not sent out at least 30 orders and all are in dispute
I think you'll love it. Don't forget to empty / clean the drip tray every so often.
1st delve into these dispensers, see how it goes.
The irony of my comment ... several months later I have just bought a fridge with a water dispenser (lol)
At this price, probably, if you can put it somewhere the noise won't be an issue.
Would you recommend this fridge freezer?
I bought this 6 weeks ago. Very noisy... Within 4 weeks my freezer inner liner got damaged while using trays....Daewoo replaced with new no questions asked. Not a good build quality
Nice fridge, but I already have a good water dispenser in my kitchen. It's called a tap. I turn the knob and water comes out. Cracking water dispenser.
Alternatively, put the "right amount" of water in the kettle from now & save yourself £29.99 immediately.
I have one of these (different model but same brand) it does brews fine :)
Hot enough for a coffee or tea...I had this one and the original model - this one looks good but you have to fill it with s jug...the original one is cordless and you fill it like a kettle..would not be without it
I have the 1st version of this and it's great
If im right when making tea or coffee your not supposed to use boiling water so maybe that's why it doesn't come out boiling as I've read in some posts on here if im correct then there's nothing wrong wiyh it it's just my opinion
Wow fast delivery too ordered Wednesday night-arrived today!
we have had 2 of these and we are currently still using one and its by far the best we've ever had, we've had the current one 4 years and we are big tea drinkers so its well used and its never failed. The breville ones both failed we had the cheap one and the more expensive job and they were rubbish, the only niggle is the light which comes on above the cup but goes off before the water stops and its hard to see how much water is in the cup. Its faulty then, if its leaking thats why its tripping the mains its bin fodder. when you are low on water it makes a noise which lets you know its nearly empty its like a swoosh noise it only makes this noise when theirs very little water left. Im not being funny but when this noise happens the kettle needs filling so the person thats using it when that noise occurs should fill it up as theirs nothing worse than going to make a drink to find the kettles empty, its no different than a jug kettle as that makes odd noises when you boil them dry such as hissing as for spitting neither of the one we have owned have ever spat or drowneded surfaces thats probably boiling dry. I suspect thats why its leaking as you've damaged it by boiling it dry. Like ive said we've had ours 4 years plus and its used loads probably 20 times a day and its still working fine.
Ours leaks and trips the house fuses occasionally. It doesn't stop when out of water - you just get no water and a lot of hissing. Quite bad at splashing nearby work surface. Difficult to see water level if under a cupboard on a worktop. Other than that, it is fine but overpriced
Seeing how much water left with this one isn't easy as no light for the tank. Shame as looks nicer than the breville one.
Good find. We have a Breville & it's definitely worth getting one with variable control like this.
White one just delivered. 10% New user discount and 10% TCB discount. Quidco offer 7% Can also get 2% cash back on credit card, but opted for 12 months interest fee instead. A struggle to get in. But it’s in.
Really happy with the carrier.
Aye - bit more reading confirms this. Kenwood (well De'Longhi as mentioned above) license out their name (normal practice across many consumer brands) and Curry's stick the Kenwood badge on a generic product and sell it to the unsuspecting public as a trusted brand.
That's only the small kitchen appliances. I believe there large appliances are Curry's own...
Also imagine operating in China and being sued by what is effectively an arm of the Chinese government. But then you have to wonder why they're really doing this. Could it be to get back at Sharp for the lawsuit they launched against Hisense in the US over, among other things, how shoddily made their products are? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-40246908
My water dispenser integrates quite nicely barely wasting any fridge space. Also uses the water to make ice. Obviously not at this price point though